Language Technologies Mash-Ups. Wolfgang Greller (OUNL) Bernhard Hoisl (WUW) Kamakshi Rajagopal (OUNL). JTEL Winterschool Innsbruck 4 February 2010.
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Wolfgang Greller (OUNL)
Bernhard Hoisl (WUW)
4 February 2010
The LTfLL project is partially supported/co-funded by the European Union under the Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) theme of the 7th Framework Programme for R&D
Tutor/Learner support not fully automated system
Create next-generation support and advice services for individual and collaborative learning using language technologies (LSA, NLP, etc)
Individual feedback and support
Widgets to mix and match
Analysing stakeholder needs
Validation loops and pilots
Positioning the learner
Knowledge retrieval and sharing
Accreditation of Prior Learning in formal learning
Matching learner’s evidences with course content
Problem-based learning – workplace learning
Give formative feedback on conceptual development of learner
Benefit for individual learner (coverage of domain concepts and comparison with peer group)
Benefit for tutor (recognition of individual coverage, assist in personal feedback. Identify topics missed by group as a whole)
Use of social media in formal learning
Provide more feedback (through analyses and information) on the interactions on chat and forums between learners, to the tutor and learner.
Learners’ reading and writing
Live feedback on summary-writing by the learner
Creating Learning Resources
Semantic, text and ontology-based searches can identify suitable learning objects (enhancing received quality)
Creating Learning Resources with input of network
Enhance formal ontologies with informal folksonomies and tags to extend search, incl. visualisation of related concepts.
Finding relevant expertise (teacher or peers) within networks that the person knows, crawling the user’s networks (friends, FOAFs).
Identify challenges to the potential adoption of the tools for teachers, lifelong learners, institutions
Identify added-value integration possibilities between two or more tools